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Best practices to restore a deleted trunk

From: Andreas Guther <Andreas.Guther_at_markettools.com>
Date: 2006-05-31 15:39:17 CEST


We have organized our SVN repository by having different products and
then each product has sub folders named trunk, branches, and tags.

Yesterday late afternoon a user managed to delete the complete trunk of
one of the products. At this point of time I have not spoken to the
person and no information how that could happen.

The last revision for the trunk is 2012, the SVN itself is now at
revision 2020.

My question is: What is the best practice to restore the trunk?

Should I use the svn copy command to copy the old revision into the head
or should I check out the product with remaining sub folders tags and
branches and then copy my local revision 2012 into it and then check it
in again?

Thanks in advance for any advice or suggestion,


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